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What is a cash bail bond?
A cash bail bond is paid at the jail, it is paid in cash, and amount required is the whole
amount of the bail. This is often the hardest way to get someone released from jail because you must have all the cash. The jail will not take a personal check or credit card and in many cases you must have exact change.
How much does a cash bail bond usually cost?
A cash bail bond costs the FULL amount of the bail. Ex. $5000 you pay $5000.
Again to post a cash bail bond with the jail, you must have all the cash
the jail will not take a personal check or credit card and in many cases you must have exact change.
How can I post a cash bail bond?
To post a cash bail bond for someone you will need to call your local Sheriff's Office and get the number for central booking. When you call the booking clerk, give them the arrested persons name and date of birth. The booking clerk will tell you how much money to bring and they will give you the address for central booking for your county.
If I post a cash bail bond, do I get my money back?
Maybe... If the
defendant makes all of his court dates and either pleads guilty or is
found guilty. Before paying cash to the jail, you should know by Florida law, a cash bail bond can be taxed to pay fines,
court costs and restitution. After paying the fines, court costs and
restitution, the clerk of court must refund any money left over, to the
party who posted the bail bond.
Should I use bail bondsmen?
If you don't have all the cash needed
to cover the full bail amount, you would want to use one of our licensed bondsmen to get you or a loved one out of jail.
As stated above, a cash bond can be kept by the Court.
If you are bonding / bailing someone out of jail and you don't want
to take the chance that all or part of your money will be used to
satisfy the defendant's court fines, fees and restitution, you should use one of our licensed bondsmen.
How much will a signature bail bond cost me?
A signature bail bond in Florida
will cost you a 10% fee or premium. You can not get any of the premium
back as it is non-refundable. A bail bond premium, set by the bondsmen or their insurance company usually cost 10% of the entire bail. Note: in Florida the smallest bail bond premium is $100 per charge.
For example: a $5000 bail (single charge) could cost a total of $500.
But a $500 bail (single charge) would cost you $100
How do I post a bail bond to bail someone out of jail?
If your person is in the
Tampa Bay Area or any of the surrounding Cities in Florida, give us a
call at 813 419 2688. One of our licensed bail bondsmen will walk you
through the entire bail bond process and make sure your friend or loved one is
released ASAP. If your person is incarcerated outside of Florida
for a licensed bail bond agency in your area.
If I'm a consigner, what will I have to do?
If the defendant misses a
court appearance, you may need to assist the Bondsmen in finding the
defendant, pay the bondmen for their expenses of finding the defendant,
and to pay the full amount of the bail bond if the defendant cannot be
When I use a bail bondsman to post a signature bail bond, will I get my premium and collateral back?
The bondsman's 10% fee or
premium is not refundable. Your collateral will be given back once the
defendant is done with all of their court dates. The biggest advantage
of using bondsmen to bail someone out of jail is that you will only
have to spend 10% of the total bail amount.
PROPERTY BAIL BONDS
How can I post a property bail bond?
First the property must be
paid off (no mortgage). If you are going to use a property to secure a bail bond it is
just like taking a short term loan on the property. After the
defendant is finished with court the lein is released by the bondsman.